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  1. kinophile

    Lackluster documentation

    Wow that's limited. Autocratic "communism" really knew how to screw the little guy.
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    Steam players for multiplayer

    What I'm secretly worried about is the passage of time. Steve and Charles are heading toward the end zone at some point (not a dig, we all pay the Reaper). But then what will happen to "CM:BS 3 - March On Washington"?!?
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    Urban Combat Training Article

    It's incredible that it made it through as a concept. So utterly different. I wonder has its nature and capabilities encouraged new tactics?
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    Russian Near/Abroad policy

    Strange, it isn't for me and I'm. Not a subscriber. In Chrome, go to Settings,, Privacy, Clear Browsing Data (include cookies in the list) . Let it work then refresh. Should be fine. I imagine there's similar for safari.
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    Russian Near/Abroad policy

    It isn't.
  6. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2018/09/12/russia-has-a-lot-of-conflicts-along-its-borders-thats-by-design/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.2fffb14560f6 Via SMJ, and WaPo.
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    Beat me!

    Except you'd end up with 17 sniper platoons, a SAM company and 12 supply trucks...
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    Looking for PBEM player

    I'll bite. I'll email later.
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    Trying to decide whether to buy........

    That single post should be stickied in the Mods forum..
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    Trying to decide whether to buy........

    There's large maps in all the CMX2 series, I believe. Its a function of the Editor, which can reasonably handle up to, I think 5km x 5 km. Not sure exactly, but large enough. The scenarios in CMBS are, I believe, oriented to longer ranges than the WW2 series (s/o smarter then me can confirm y/n). Personally, I find the difference is in lethality - in CMBS being seen pretty much means being killed. This makes the battles far more merciless of lazy commanders. Like me .
  11. Woops double post. Please delete....
  12. Interesting retrospective on the 2008 Russo-Georgian War by WOTR. https://warontherocks.com/2018/09/russian-performance-in-the-russo-georgian-war-revisited/ Posting here and in SF2 forum because it's a dual-use article. For SF2 it gives a greatsense of comparable RUS forces (I know they're not in that game), even just as background context. For BS it helps show just how far modern, 2018 RUS forces have come. It refs the CAST study, The Tanks of August, so it's decent for civilian analysis (I guess?).
  13. Interesting retrospective on the 2008 Russo-Georgian War by WOTR. https://warontherocks.com/2018/09/russian-performance-in-the-russo-georgian-war-revisited/ Posting here and in SF2 forum because it's a dual-use article. For SF2 it gives a greatsense of comparable RUS forces (I know they're not in that game), even just as background context. For BS it helps show just how far modern, 2018 RUS forces have come. It refs the CAST study, The Tanks of August, so it's decent for civilian analysis (I guess?).
  14. Interesting retrospective on the 2008 Russo-Georgian War by WOTR. https://warontherocks.com/2018/09/russian-performance-in-the-russo-georgian-war-revisited/ Posting here and in Black Sea forum because it's a dual-use article. For SF2 it gives a greatsense of comparable RUS forces (I know they're not in the game), even just as background context. For BS it helps show just how far modern, 2018 RUS forces have come. It refs the CAST study, tge Tanks of August, so it's decent for civilian analysis (I guess?).
  15. I'm actually super curious about any western military analysis /observations of that Turkish operation. Wait a success? Bog down and stalemates? Petered out?
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